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someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)

a preceding occurrence or cause or event

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anything that precedes something similar in time

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the referent of an anaphor

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preceding in time or order

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These studies illustrate the methodological flaws that plague a significant proportion of the research investigating the role of antecedents on behavior.
Second, the training types had variable effects across behaviors and participants, but modified antecedent conditions consistently produced emergence where standard antecedent conditions did not (Participants 2, 5, and 6).
Organizational citizenship behavior; its nature, antecedents, and consequences.
Additional research, therefore, is needed to address all aspects of inhalant abuse, including the epidemiology, the behavioral, cognitive, and neurobiological antecedents and consequences of inhalant abuse, as well as the treatment and prevention of inhalant abuse.
The format she's now exploiting is the grid, a visual tool with obvious antecedents in '60s Minimalism and Pop but also in earlier geometric abstraction.
1990) also led to subsequent studies that focused on identifying specific antecedents that influenced the accuracy of academic performance.
The science of human behavior has shown that an individual's performance is a matter of A, B and C -- that's Antecedents, Behaviors and the Consequences of behaviors," Muller elaborates.
Moffit helpfully reconsiders the masterworks of Zurbaran, El Greco and Goya, as well as giving attention to the recent antecedents of Picasso and Miro.
The ancient Romans communicated largely in the public baths, the antecedents of our modern-day gyms.
Another dance, called Gaze (which Katoola translates as "Feel like yourself"), features movements that look like the antecedents to swing, hip-hop and hula-hooping.
The regularity with which "knowledge" about human antecedents is over-turned--seemingly on an annual basis, some widely accepted premise about the far human past gets voided by a new scientific finding--forecloses much beyond speculation.
And they understand that most of Haiti's pain has its antecedents in those two decades of U.
In other words, consequences are a direct result of behaviors, which themselves have antecedents.
How to identify and define the behavior to be changed and how a response is determined by its antecedents and consequences,
A through scrutiny of all possible leads and angles was done and the antecedents and movements of suspected persons and all those associated with the minister were checked.